Once again, fashion brands took our beath away at this years’ Salone del Mobile edition. From all iSaloni exhibitors, fashion brands were the ones with the boldest designs and edgy modern chairs.
Armani Casa: ‘Lightness’ was the theme that pervaded Armani Casa’s new home collection that was previewed at the brand’s Corso Venezia Space.
Versace Home: This year’s introductions included the launch of the brand’s first outdoor furniture piece – the Mesedia chair, which sees the the house of Versace’s Medusa logo wrought in 5 shades of climate proof aluminium.
Loewe: A kaleidoscope of leather upholstered chairs were presented at Loewe’s Milan store during Design Week. Loewe’s master artisans demonstrated their incredible skill by translating prints from Loewe’s silk archives into intricate leather inlay designs that adorned pieces of early 20th-century furniture selected by Loewe creative director Jonathan Anderson
iSaloni exhibitors Berluti x Cecotti: Parisian shoemaker Berluti teamed up with Pisa-based furniture maker Ceccotti Collezioni to create the ultimate gentleman’s valet and matching chair.
Fendi Casa: The luxury Italian label occupied great swathes of stand space across two halls at the Rho fairground with its Fendi Casa and Fendi Casa Contemporary collections, where these two swivel upholstered chairs were showcased.
Meanwhile at Fendi Casa, more living room chairs were presented.
Loewe’s Via Montenapoleone store also had its share of designers chair.
Marni: Transforming its Via Umbria showspace into an atmospheric ballroom, Marni called upon choreographer Susanna Beltrami to direct a live dance performance to a soundtrack of voice and percussion.